University of Utah Assistant Professorship in Family and Consumer Studies

Deadline: Unstated

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: “Research interests should connect family health issues at any stage of the lifespan to public policy contexts. Examples include, but are not limited to, how maternal employment practices and policies affect children’s obesity, how child protective services policies and associated adverse childhood family experiences predict the risk of chronic diseases, how genetic testing policies alter reproductive choices, how public aid policies affect the mental health of recipients and their family members, or how government programs impact options for informal caregiving of ill family members.” “Scholars with a focus on diverse families are especially encouraged to apply.”



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